400 far-right activists, neo-fascists and "people who idealize Bandera" were not allowed to enter the territory of Poland on the eve of the Independence Day. According to spokesperson of minister-coordinator of the special services of Poland Stanislav Zharyn, these people were going to join the independence march in Warsaw as TVP.info reported.
"The citizens of Sweden and Russia were among those not allowed to Poland", Zharyn said.
Also, he added that on November 8-11, the Internal Security Agency and police committed acta against people who can become the threat to the inner security of the state and constitutional order of Poland.
"Within these events, a few dozens of people were detained and their accommodations were searched," the spokesperson noted.
Poland celebrated the Independence Day on November 11. This year, it marks 100 years since the recovery of the independence of the Republic. In Warsaw, the capital of Poland, the white and red march took place, during which the flag of the European Union was burned.